Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Faulkner County, Arkansas Will and Probate Cases

Law Offices of Mark Robinette practices probate law out Little Rock, Arkansas, but accepts probate law cases in all Arkansas Counties including Faulkner County, Arkansas. The Faulkner County Clerk located in the County seat of Conway handles probate matters in for the County of Faulkner in the State of Arkansas. Being centrally located within the State of Arkansas allows Mr. Robinette to take cases anywhere in the state. Much of probate practice is done by mail correspondence, so you can hire an Arkansas probate lawyer that practices in another city or town without incurring extra costs. When it comes to the affairs of your departed loved one, Mark Robinette believes in providing thorough service that will ensure that title to the estate’s property is perfect when the probate is concluded.   Arkansas probate lawyer and attorney Mark Robinette takes extra steps that many Arkansas probate lawyers don’t consider to avoid costly problems that appear when details are not considered.

If your departed family member left you property in Faulkner County Arkansas or the cities of Conway, Damascus, Greenbrier, Guy, Mayflower, Vilonia in County Arkansas, particularly mineral rights, you should give Arkansas probate lawyer attorney Mark Robinette a call today.   Mr. Robinette has years of experience dealing with Arkansas probate law issues related to oil, gas, mineral rights, land, and real estate.   As an Arkansas Probate and Wills lawyer, Mr. Robinette provides the following services:

  • Probate of resident wills
  • Probate of non-resident wills (ancillary probate)
  • Estate administration (for those who die without a will)
  • Will contest litigation
  • Guardianship over the person
  • Guardianship over the estate
  • Affidavits of Small Estates
  • Petitions to Determine Heirship
  • Post mortem paternity actions

Mr. Robinette welcomes inquiries from out-of-state law firms for local counsel services in the probate of non-residents’ wills.   Generally, a non-resident’s will must be offered for probate in Arkansas within 5 years of death. After that time, the intestate heirs may convey the property free and clear of the will.

If you are ready to speak to a Faulkner County Arkansas probate lawyer or attorney today, call Mark Robinette at 501-251-1076 or email him at   Learn more about Mr. Robinette at: Learn more about Arkansas probate law at:

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